If you’ve found yourself with a huge amount of credit card debt, what are your options when it comes to reducing your rates, reducing principal, or settling the debt?
Archives for February 2012
Sometimes when you’re in the middle of paying off debt you start to burnout and need a break. Here’s why taking a break on debt repayment can be a good idea.
Would you recognize the extraordinary in your life, even if it wasn’t in the context you expected? Do you recognize the blessings you’ve been given, despite going through hard times?
Who qualifies for a Roth IRA? Can you make contributions for your child or a non-working spouse? What if you’re retired?
Betterment.com announced today that they will be lowering their fees substantially, across the board, as well as opening IRA investments to all users of the site.
An estimated 13.4% of adult children ages 24 to 35 are living at home with their parents. When should parents stop paying for their grown children’s expenses?
We signed up for Dish Network Just over a year ago, only to see an immediate price increase. Now dish is facing a class action lawsuit for that same price increase.
Congress has passed and Obama will sign an extension of the payroll tax cut through the end of the 2012 tax year. Here is what it means for you.
Do you know what a good credit score is? How do you know if you’ll get the best rates on your next home or auto loan? How much of an effect can a good credit score have?
Manilla is a site that helps you to keep track of all your important financial accounts and services all in one place. Get rid of paper clutter.
We currently have a 12 month emergency fund, but have considered investing a portion of that money. Would you consider investing some of your emergency fund?
Today we look at posts from the past few years that involved creating side income, including posts from our ‘Ways To Make Extra Money’ series.
The 401(k) often has an option where you can take out a loan and pay yourself interest. There are risks to be aware of, however, when taking out a 401(k) loan.
This past week I started getting all of my tax forms. I got my W2 from the company I work for at my day job, 1099s from a variety of companies that I do freelance work for, some miscellaneous tax forms from investments that we have and reporting forms showing how much we’ve donated to […]